Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Ryan's Garden Summer Competition: Win a Standard Garden Plant

This competition is now closed.  The lucky winner is @CrystalMSE.  Congratulations and I really hope you enjoy your new plant!

Ryan's Garden has teamed up with Interflora to offer one lucky winner the chance to win one of five standard garden plants worth £29.99.  The lucky winner will choose either a Bay tree, Hibiscus, Rose, Olive or Acer all of which have been grown as standard specimens and are ready for planting in the garden or in a container.


To enter the competition and for your chance to win this great prize simply leave the answer the question below in the comments box.

Question: In what year did the Mercury Man become the official logo for Interflora?

Good luck and thanks for reading!


The winner of the last competition was @KrisDelAgua (Twitter Username).  Congratulations and enjoy the hammock!

Terms and conditions: The competition launches on 08.06.2011 and closes at midnight on 17.06.11. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. The winner will be chosen at random and you agree that by entering your name may be published.  Answers should be made in the comments section. Prizes will be delivered by courier within 28 days. The competition is not open to employees or affiliates of Interflora or anyone directly connected with the planning or administration of the competition.  By taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read,understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them.

20 comments:

  1. Hi Ryan, I think the answer is 1914

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  2. I think the answer is 1914 too! Thanks for running this lovely competition, @Chaoskay :O)

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  3. Not sure, but I'm going for 1953 when the name was changed from FTDA to Interflora. Gosh, hope I'm right as I'd love a bay tree!

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  4. 1953
    @thecruxy09

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  5. That's a bit tricky but I'd say 1914.

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  6. I'll go for 1914, it was officially adopted in the USA before Interflora came to Europe.

    @janesgrapevine on Twitter

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  7. I'm going for 1953 if the answer applies to Interflora

    @essexgirlSE

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  8. Answer : 1953

    Heya !

    Thanks for yet ANOTHER fabulous competition =)

    I'm Tweeting you as @CRYSTALmse and I'm your chum on Facebook as Crystal Mse

    x

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  9. According to their facebook page I will go with 1953

    Thank you for the fabulous competition.

    @daisyangel1

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  10. Hi Ryan,

    I'll also go with 1953 too.

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  11. ooh do I get in under the wire?

    (always late for a party :D)

    I'm going to go against the current zeitgeist and say.... 1914

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